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(PMU) Project Manager - CSI-1 South Tarawa Water Supply Project

البرنامج القطري / خطة عمل
Tender / Procurement notice
1 اغس 2020

منشور

1 اغسطس 2020

الموعد النهائي

9 اغسطس 2020

الميزانية

237 000 USD


نوع التزويد


الاستشاريين الأفراد

المرجع

49453-002 Package CSI-1 South Tarawa Water Supply Project

وكالة التمويل

ADB - مصرف التنمية الأسيوي


المدة المقدرة

220 يوم


البلدان

كيريباس

Date Published: 01-Aug-2020    Deadline of Submitting EOI: 09-Aug-2020 11:59 PM Manila local time



Selection Profile

Consultant Type: Individual

Selection Method: Individual Consultant Selection (ICS)

Source: International

Technical Proposal: Not Applicable

Selection Title: (PMU) Project Manager

Package Number: CSI-1

Package Name: South Tarawa Water Supply Project

Advance Action:  No:

Total Inputs: 220 Working Days

Consulting Services Budget: USD 237,000

Budget Type:  Estimated:

Approval Number: 0652

Approval Date: 30-Aug-2019

Estimated Short-listing Date: 10-Aug-2020

Estimated Commencement Date: 01-Oct-2020

Open to non-Member Countries:  No:


Additional Information

Possibility of contract extension:  Yes

Possibility of consideration for downstream assignment:  Not known

Country of assignment: Kiribati


Contract Type: Time-Based(Note: Type of contract information is indicative and might be subject to change.)COVID-19 Related Assignment


Contact Information

Project Officer: Alexandra L. Conroy

Designation: Urban Development Specialist Asian Development Bank

Email: aconroy@adb.org

CSRN Additional Information / Attachments:
Terms of Reference (Individual Consultant)

ExpertiseProject management, water supply

Expertise GroupProject Management/ Institutional Development

Consultant SourceInternational

TOR KeywordsProject management, water supply


Objective and Purpose of the Assignment

The project management unit (PMU) will be the core unit responsible for the overall implementation of

the South Tarawa Water Supply Project (STWSP) including the day-to-day project activities, compliance

with the provisions of all grant agreements and government policies and guidelines, project

administration, preparation of grant withdrawal applications, and maintenance of records. The

implementing agency (IA) for STWSP is the Government of Kiribati's Ministry of Infrastructure and

Sustainable Energy (MISE)


The PMU is expected to include the PMU Project Manager, Deputy Project Manager/Procurement Specialist,

Project Accountant, Safeguards Manager and Social Development & Gender Specialist. The project director

(Director MISE) and the PMU will supervise and provide counterpart support to the Project Implementation

Assistance (PIA) Consultants (and for a limited period, to the Project Design Advance (PDA) consultant

firm, whose activities are currently expected to continue into Q4 2020).


The initial assignment advertised will be for 10 person-month inputs over approximately 12 months, with

the possibility to extend subject to satisfactory performance.

Scope of Work

To lead the PMU within MISE alongside the Public Utilities Board (PUB) to implement the STWSP.

Detailed Tasks and/or Expected Output

(i) Ensure that the project activities follow the government, ADB, World Bank and GCF policies and

requirements.

(ii) Provide strategic advice to the Project Director.

(iii) Supervise the Deputy Project Manager for the project management activities.

(iv) Prepare monthly progress reports and submit to the Project Director.

(v) Prepare quarterly progress reports and submit to Project Director for review and submission to ADB

and World Bank.

(vi) In coordination with the EA (Ministry of Finance and Economic Development), provide inputs to the

Annual Performance Report (APR) for Green Climate Fund (GCF) in the agreed template, for onward

submission to ADB (Note: ADB will submit the APR to GCF).

(vii) Monitor the PIA consultant (and PDA consultant firm where applicable) activities, and coordinate

with the consultants for their daily activities for construction supervision, safeguards, M&E and

reporting.

(viii) Supervise and review the deliverables of consultants (excluding the PDA project manager) and

check if they are suitable to the project objectives, the government's policy and regulations and the

beneficiaries' needs. Advise the findings to the Project Director.

(ix) Assist in conducting the tender process for civil works, equipment, and consulting services (PIA,

WASH program and PMU consultants including Deputy Project Manager, Accountant, Social Development and

Gender Specialist and Safeguards Specialist) under the Project.

(x) Assist with any design changes during project implementation.

(xi) Carry out regular field inspections to ensure that engineering designs are adequately implemented.

(xii) Supervise contractors' works including carrying out periodic performance audits to ensure quality

control, health and safety, core labor and environmental standards are met.

(xiii) Review and approve the contractor's installation methodology and work plans.

(xiv) Review and endorse progress claims of consultants and contractors.

(xv) If required, coordinate with the Safeguards Manager and staff of MELAD – both Lands and Environment

Divisions in reviewing resettlement plans, environmental and social management plans (ESMPs), ensuring

required licenses are secured on a timely basis and that all conditions of the environmental license are

fully implemented, carrying out regular audits and monitoring of the preparation/update of these plans,

and as required providing technical advice on ensuring compliance with safeguards assurances under the

project.

(xvi) Monitor and facilitate the preparation and submission of key safeguards reports (semi-annual

report, safeguards instruments etc.).

(xvii) Facilitate and support arrangements for capacity building, vocational education and training

through the project.

(xviii) Ensure staff from counterpart agencies, particularly from MISE and PUB, are closely involved in

project activities, meetings and decision making.

(xix) Identify bottlenecks to smooth project implementation and coordinate between relevant parties as

required.

(xx) Provide support for review missions by project financiers.

(xxi) Facilitate implementation of the project's communication and consultation plan.

(xxii) Ensure public disclosure of project information and public consultations as needed.

Minimum Qualification Requirements

The consultant will have a minimum degree in engineering or other related discipline. Experience and

knowledge in implementing and administering ADB or World Bank funded projects, and experience in the

Pacific, is essential.

Minimum General Experience15Years

Minimum Specific Experience (relevant to assignment)15Years

Regional/Country Experience Required


Deliverables


Schedule and Places of Assignment (chronological and inclusive of travel)



Schedule Type

Read only Checkbox Checked Continuous


Read only Checkbox Not Checked Intermittent

Max. Working Days/Week

Home Office 5


Field 6



City and Country Working Days Estimated Start Date Estimated End Date Other Details (use if place selected is Others)

Tarawa, Kiribati 220 01-Oct-2020 31-Oct-2021


Total

220

Cost Estimate:

Cost Estimate


Cost Items Amount in USD

Remuneration and Other Expenses

All activities and inputs in the TOR but not limited to remuneration, per diem, air travel, miscellaneous travel expenses, report preparation, production, and transmission, land transportation, communications, etc. 233,917

Contingency 3,083

TOTAL

237,000